Orthodontics. Normal development of the dentition and occlusion. Malocclusion. Cephalometric analysis. Mixed dentition 1. Mixed dentition II. Mixed dentition III. Mixed dentition IV. Class 1 malocclusion. Class II division 1 malocclusion. Class II Division 2 malocclusion. Class III malocclusion. Crossbite. Anterior open bite (AOB). Removable appliances. Anchorage. Fixed appliances. Functional appliances. Adult orthodontic treatment. Surgical orthodontic treatment. Cleft lip and palate CL(P).
Paediatric dentistry. Tooth eruption. Nursing and rampant caries. Tooth discolouration. Enamel hypoplasia and fluorosis. Inherited anomalies. Anomalies of number and form. Autotransplantation. Tooth surface loss. Primary tooth trauma. Permanent tooth trauma I. Permanent tooth trauma II. Permanent tooth trauma III. Medical conditions. Viral infections. Aphthae. Gingivitis. Periodontitis. Gingival recession. Gingival overgrowth. Mucosal disease. Assorted mucosal lesions
Orthodontics and paediatric dentistry are important areas of the undergraduate dental curriculum. No pocket colour atlas currently exists. All dentists have to know how to treat children, carry out basic orthodontic treatment and when to refer patients for specialist orthodontic treatment. Most orthodontic work is carried out on children, so the two subjects are conveniently integrated in this Colour Guide.
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Professor of Orthodontics, University Dental School and Hospital, University College Cork, Ireland
Professor of Paediatric Dentistry, Glasgow Dental School, Glasgow, Scotland